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Dulaney Device Disruptions

Dulaney Device Disruptions

Erin Patterson and Megan Puente November 2, 2021

When asking students at Dulaney if they have ever had any problems with their school device, you would most likely receive an answer of yes. Luckily with the help of Chinese teacher Matthew Lovett and...

COVID-19 Update

Michelle Wang and Katherine Schutzman November 2, 2021

As a part of Baltimore County, the Dulaney community is doing the best that they can to make this school year safe and successful amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. While it’s been a difficult start to the...

Quick response mitigates auditorium fire damages

Quick response mitigates auditorium fire damages

Sophia Paranzino, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2021

A curtain in the Dulaney High School auditorium caught on fire after school hours on Monday, September 13.On Monday, September 13, a curtain caught on fire in the Dulaney High School auditorium after school...

Class of ‘71 Vandalizes Dulaney Rocks

Class of ‘71 Vandalizes Dulaney Rocks

Anna Albergo and Esha Singhai November 2, 2021

As the weather gets chillier and the days get shorter, Seniors at Dulaney are thinking about one thing: Paint the Rocks. It’s a coveted tradition that has been passed down since the ‘60s, with many...

The Lives Left Behind

Cassie Weymouth, Editor-in-Training October 28, 2021

No student in Dulaney today has lived through the terror and tragedy of September 9th, 2001, or the aftershocks that ran through the entire nation that day. To high schoolers today, 9/11 is an event in...

October 2021 - ISSUU

October 2021 – ISSUU

October 28, 2021

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The cicadas are coming

Cassie Weymouth, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

The 17-year Pharaoh Cicadas are approaching their return to the surface this summer. Because of their long time underground, they have become notorious, even catching the attention of Bob Dylan, who inspired,...

May 2021 Briefs

May 2021 Briefs

May 18, 2021

S E Q U E L On May 7, a free edition of volume 33 of Sequel Literary Magazine was released online. The theme, Displacement, encapsulates the feelings of being “plucked”, “ripped”, and “torn...

Cheating in the age of COVID

Cheating in the age of COVID

Geoffrey Dochat and Varun Khushalani May 18, 2021

A year and a half ago, many students were staying up until two in the morning studying for tests. Today, those same students are able to go to sleep early knowing that when they log on to take their online...

May 2021- ISSUU

May 2021- ISSUU

May 18, 2021



GameStop Short-Squeeze Makes Quick Money For The Common Internet-Goer

GameStop Short-Squeeze Makes Quick Money For The Common Internet-Goer

Eric Sugarman, Staff Writer April 7, 2021

On January 13th, an abnormal spike in the value of GameStop stock occurred—the value of the stock jumped by 50%, closing at $31.40 a share—which was unprecedented for the company. This upsurge in GME...

Students voice opinions on new BCPS hybrid plan

Students voice opinions on new BCPS hybrid plan

Cassie Weymouth and Erin Patterson March 19, 2021

As everyone knows, students have been in online school since March of 2020. Finally in Spring 2021, an end is in sight. The official Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) hybrid plan was released February...

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